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, controversial director with a distinct point of view. now oliver stone has his sights set on wall street once again. "the wall street journal report" right now. >> this is america's number one financial news program, "the wall street journal report." now maria bartiromo. >> here is a look at what is making news as we head into a new week on wall street. on the second anniversary of the bankruptcy of lehman brothers and the near collapse of the american financial system, an important new agreement to help shore up the banking system worldwide. international regulators in basel, switzerland reached a compromise on new rules that will governor banks. it will force them to double the minimum amount of capital that they will hold as a cushion against unexpected losses. but it gives them eight years to comply with the results. new regulations can limit the amounts banks can lend and could drive up costs for customers. that agreement helped push the markets up on monday, but they broke a four-day winning streak on tuesday. they rose again on friday. retail sales are on the rise. august seeing the bi
out there, oliver stone talks about the return of gordon gekko and wall street. that's next. host: coulswinto geico really save you 15% or more on car insuranc did the little piggy cry w wee all the wahome? piggy: weeeeeee, weeeeeee, weeeeeee, weeeee weeeeeeee. mom: pix. ...maxwell! mom: you're home. piy:h,ol, anks mrs. a. anncr: geico. minutes could save you 15% or more. >>> before the financial crisis there was wall street in the '80s where greed was considered very good captured in this famous line from oliver stone's film "wall street." >> greed, for lack of a better word, is good. greed is right. greed works. >> steven, 25 years later, has anything changed on wall street? is greed good? >> i hate to tell you, i'm a defender of greed myself. if i have a financial manager, i want that person to make as much money as possible. i think most americans do. it is true we have runaway expectations. to some extent when you look at what happens with this financial collapse, there's no question wall street just got completely carried away, making investments that made absolutely no
at the the olive garden. >> pasta. >> that's right. we reveal the secrets of the biggest italian food chain in the world and kick off our series. >>> later, tory johnson is here with five success stories of people making thousands of dollars a month selling person to person. even door to door. she'll tell you how to get in on the action. the avon lady is back. >>> first, the beginning of an era. after 25 years, oprah is kicking off her final season of "the oprah winfrey show" later today. andrea canning is here with a preview. i can't believe we're starting the end today. >> i know. and george just told me everyone is getting $1 million and a house. >> i know. >> totally kidding. it is a mystery to everyone. but oprah and her team promises to knock your socks off, that's a quote. going through 5,000 hours of footage and people who have impacted their lives in a major way. >> reporter: it's at supersize, top-secret season premiere. >> oh, thank you! >> reporter: with big celebrities like john dra votra. >> you still make my heart pitter patter. >> reporter: and even big giveaways. after 25 y
would be a goldman sachs. and he's the great manipulater. he's the great carnivore. >> oliver expects a lot, you know. and i wanted to deliver and all the doors were open to me because of the success of the first movie. i think i was allotted opportunities charlesie wasn't because of the success and legacy of the first moveie. everybody wanted to help out. i would show up, it's different for me to just go up to george soros and say hi but when oliver stone introsdruss you it changes the wol dichotomy. >> funny for chaerlie rose was provided by the following: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: eric schmidst is here, the c.e.o. and chairman of google, the company seems everywhere. if you are looking for information, chances are you might google it. in search the company commands 65% of the u.s. market. then there's google news, google earth, googel maps and more. but as the company has grown bigger, it has also attracted more regulatory scrutiny over its market dominance. all the data google has about us also led
himself that this movie doesn't set out to vilify wall street. that's exactly what oliver stone set out to do. dagen is right, certain people will see this and say, i want to wear a suit and have a shaved head like that guy. i want to be just like him. so, i don't know, i mean, wall street's reputation can't get much worse right now. charles. i don't think a movie is going to-- >> i tell you what the first movie influenced me greatly and after i see the movie tonight next time you see me i'll be bald. speaking of that, tom, i understand the first time oliver stone called you he called you a greek warrior. >> that is correct. >> i thought daddy war bucks the first time i saw you, a greek warrior. >> young, young. >>. >> oliver is a great person and correct on saying that wall street is a great venture for capitalism, but unfortunately some people saw more money in speculation and that's why, you know, people in this movie who are villainized deserve to be villainized and at the end of the day, people will understand that wall street is a great place for people who do great things for ame
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for you to meet oliver. he is the owner and chef of eat and smile foods which is catering service and what makes him so special, he is a fourth generation washingtonian. he wanted to keep his company in the washington area his catering service in the area and they only use produce from local farmers and i have to compliment you on this. >> it can be difficult sometimes but we use local ingredients all year long and it results in a better tasting food and healthier product. >> certainly does. today you are making one of my favorites, gazpacho. i fell in love with it when i went to spain and they know how to do it and so do you. >> cucumber, garlic and jalapeno from nygaarden. you can make it for 2 people or 200. we put tomatoes and onions. >> i thought you were going to chop them up in pieces. >> i find for the soup you can put it in there. >> jalapeno, extra virgin olive oyl. f. >> all right. is this a -- >> this is our cucumber. >> you will put that in too. >> take a half cucumber and cut it in to smaller pieces. little balsamic vinegar. >> i didn't know that. >> all right. >> if you have
back a controversial character. oliver stone talks about the return of gordon gekko and wall street. that's next. [ male announcer ] this rock has never stood still. since our beginning, we've been there for clients through good times and bad, when our clients' needs changed we changed to meet them. through the years, when some lost their way, we led the way with new ideas for the financial challenges we knew would lie ahead. this rock has never stood still. and there's one thing that will never change. we are, the rock you can rely on. prudential. >>> before the financial crisis, there was wall street in the 1980s, where greed was considered very good, captured in this famous line from oliver stone's famous film. >> greed, for lack of a better word, is good. greed is right. greed works. >> steven, 25 years later, has anything changed on wall street? is greed good? >> i hate to tell you, i'm a defender of greed myself. if i have a financial manager, i want that person to make as much money as possible. i think most americans do. it is true we have runaway expectations. to some exten
and oliver hudson who plays adam. you're sitting on the set, it looks nice. >> yeah, we're here in front of the faux set. >> i have one, too. >> did you start last monday or this coming monday. last monday. did you carry over any themes from last season? any cliff hangers going? >> no, they're getting a surrogate. i guess that's a cliff hanger. 'll continue to do what got us here and keep us moving. >> if you want cliff hangers, this is not the show, really. well, comedy cliff hangers. >> this is the first full season and we had a great year last year, don and we were still mid-season. we have a full season and things are great. the best shows are coming out. >> and any speculation as to your success? >> well, the relatable of the show. everyone's been in some part of the relationship. i think this, well, the writers are drawing from their own personal experiences and they've created a a world that people relate to. and patrick, this is from the news room, have you gotten past the buddy thing yet? >>> no. [ laughter ] >> no, that's right. yeah, oliver, be quiet for a minute. yak, yak, ya
know about this? >> yes it is, that's an olive, for whoever doesn't have a mike. >> if you look across the street, you can see what this tree probably used to look like. unfortunately, this is an example of what i described earlier, where you top the tree, you cut the top off it. a lot of times, when people see a tree there is really overpruned and you see new growth, and you see the tree is coming back, it is recovering. but actually, this is a sign of stress growth, the tree is trying to get as much leaf can nappy as it can. it is producing these sprouts. these won't be healthy or well attached to the main trunk, what they mean, if it ever gets big enough, they're going to start breaking off and they're going to fall on cars and the sidewalk, and they're going to be a hazard. >> what probably happened here, would be my fes guess is somebody pruned the tree in order to allow them to see their sign or something and they considered this to be acceptable tree pruning, which doesn't meet anybody's standard. >> that's right. >> this is caused by someone doing this deliberately to the tree.
--cleanse, moisturize, or exfoliate--she'll add things like olive oil or avocado oil, and then, some sugar or honey to keep skin refined and looking as fresh as the ingredients that go into it. >> i always say a woman can wash her face in apple juice, and that she'd have a better reslt than most cleansers on the market. and this is our way of marketing apple juice and juices that will give you a wonderful, effective finish, but they definitely are good for you. these ingredients come from a farm, and every harvest is different. >> you don't have to tell gary kalajian that. at his madera farm in the central valley, more than 2,500 acres of every grape imaginable are carefully raised, tended to, and harvested for a variety of uses, including their newest venture, skin care. the grapes get turned into some of the freshest, purest, highest quality wine products around, which is exactly what karen was looking for when she started juice beauty and found gary to be one of her farmers and raise fruit where every drop of it feeds your skin. >> karen, these are thompson seedless, and we're going to be harves
the other types of ethnic restaurants there. you can have an olive garden, all of these types of things. i really don't see the difference between the two. maybe they have to come individually. maybe we can craft something and this would be to approve a conditional use and modify condition 36 for this particular approval to allow a mexican restaurant. >> this would allow mexican food as a permitted use. >> may be the better way to make this motion would make it subject to all of the provisions in force including all provision 36 except the condition that specifies that it would be one of the following types of food. it could be any type of food. >> as long as we don't lose 36 altogether. for me, it is still important to understand the intent of the original cu end of this stands out as an example of what the neighbors and everyone fought for. >> the motion is for approval, is this to allow the food prices. >> at this location only. >> is there any concern about all consumption. -- alcohol consumption. >> ok, on the motion. the motion for approval with the modifications to allow other food
's not soft. he's a tough guy. >> reporter: is there a little oliver stone in gordon gekko? >> sure there is, of course. >> reporter: a walk back down wall street with oliver stone later on sunday morning. >> osgood: don't try this at home is more than just a warning. when you attend the sort of event our bill geist just survived. >> reporter: now you might think saturday night in omaha sounds a little dull. but when they start lighting the roler derby girls on fire, you'll think again. one reason saturday night was an absolute blast. you'll see for yourselves later on sunday morning. >> osgood: we'll also remember simon and gar garfunkel's big concert in the park. hear from the man who reorganized the auto industry, consider what's in a name with the fast draw and more. but first here are the headline for this september 19, 2010. last sunday morning of summer. after spending over a year in an iranian jail, sarah shourd is now home. she's one of three american hikers charged with spying after wandering across iran's border. shourd arrived at washington's de los airport this morning. michelle
's your favorite restaurant? every week more than 4 million americans eat at the olive garden. >> pasta. >> that's right. we reveal the secrets of the biggest italian food chain in the world and kick off our special series on america's favorite restaurants. >>> later, tory johnson is here with five success stories of people making thousands of dollars a month selling person to person. even door to door. she tells us how you can get in on the action. the avon lady is back. >> they are coming back and doing well in this tough economy. >>> first, the beginning of an era. after 25 years, oprah is kicking off her final season of "the oprah winfrey show" later today. and even the queen of talk has everyone talking about what viewers can expect. andrea canning is here with a preview. i can't believe we're starting the end today. >> i know. and george just told me everyone is getting $1 million and a house. it's so exciting. he does have the inside scoop. >> i know. >> totally kidding. it is a mystery to everyone. but oprah and her team they promise to knock your socks off t
between the parties. >> on the way to his olive groves, a farmer says it would be nothing left to talk about if israel continued to build on the occupied west bank. his trees are just below the jewish settlement. he says sewage from it has killed them. these are dead olive trees. >> yes. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7 ,8 9. from here, i cannot count. 9 treses died. >> all killed by sewage? he cannot get to the trees and close by the sentiment. they had been dealing -- digging foundations since the freeze ended. under international law, such plans by an occupier are illegal. -- settlements by an occupier are illegal. >> the areas around here contain the holiest places. i do not see it going anywhere. >> so a biblical right, a land given by god to the jews? >> absolutely. >> in jerusalem, israelis are celebrating a jewish holiday, part of the rhythm of life in the holy city. so is conflict and so is diplomatic failure. the americans still hope they can change that. >> now, it is 120 trillion miles away, according a -- orbitting a sar. tar. it is a new planet. >> or around the distant stars and the n
. plus, the week ahead is going to be a cool one. >>> also still to come, vanilla, chocolate and olive oil? the bay area sweep shop with some unusual twists in the scoops. [ son ] i'm a good son. dependable. i call my mom every week. i even bought her a computer with my new citi forward card. then one day... have you seen this? she "friended" me. there's a whole album. [ laughs ] [ groans ] and started posting pictures. ♪ and tagging me. publicly. [ male announcer ] you ought to be rewarded for being dependable. the citi forward card gives you extra points for paying your bill on time and staying within your credit limit. [ woman ] nice tights. what's your story? the citi forward card can help you write it. >>> the coroner identified the man of a body as 35-year-old frederic solace. dental records confirmed his identity today. they found his father dead in the same home. police then searched a landfill looking for the body of a younger solace. when they couldn't find him in that home. critics are questioning now how the police could have missed the body in the house for so long. but
of cheeses, broad selection of olives but that are not particularly perishable and that would complement the wine sales in the store. having said that the produce section does not work. perhaps it is time to let it go. thank you very much. >> is there additional public comment on this item? >> recently i have met tiffany. in 2007 when the applicants came forward to have their vision, the principle and conditional use would be for a retail grocery. there were going to be accessry uses like a wine shop and also a catering business like a self service restaurant they also cater out of. what happened is that they went ahead and put stuff on the shelf and in the freezers that one, people did not buy because they just did not participate or it was stuff on the shelf that people did not want so they did not come in and buy it. ultimately they threw a lot of the stuff away. and they adjusted their business model. their big mistake is that they should have came forward and said this is not practical. it is not pragmatic. they should get a new principle use, self service restaurant and wine shop.
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. >> oliver solar uni fentrÓ ni crisis cuando lo supo: el peligro ronda a su hijo secuestrado hace mÁs de 15 aÑose >> ellos no pueden defenderse, no pueden hacer nada, in de noÓo >> tendrÍa que estar pagando en la justicia. >> del centro canino de la fnotiecuest fin d el m uni fcÁ in de seh@noti uni fin de semnÁ viviendas en san uni fpablo br tardaron mÁs de tres horas en controlar el fuego. los vecinos recurrieron a padres de - baldes de noti fin apagar el incendio.ti uni de sen >> como decÍamos e semnoti uni m maÑanas en las elecciones de venezuela. en el exterior tambiÉn tendrÁn la posibilidad de ejercer su derecho al voto. en la ciudad de miami, donde conviven varios venezolanos, salimos a la calle para recoger opiniones.in de no >> los venezolanos que residen en el exterior se uni fprepara votar maÑana. ti uni fin de semnoti uni fin - hijos y nuestros nietos es importante que tengamos un avance significativo, es el llamado que estamos haciendo. >> el otro mayor de venezolanos con derecho al voto estÁn radicados en miami y en espaÑa. >> se calcula de 60.000 el nÚmero tota
and dissect it? >> i watched it on oliver. and he's big on updates. i watched it many times before i came in. >> the director is oliver stone and he's an interesting director in that he gets inside your head. but as an actor, with him in charge, it's interesting. >> he's orson wells and the easter bunny. >> why do you say that? >> he knows what he wants and he demands a lot, but he's got a soft touch. he doesn't berate you, but he expects a lot. >> there's a lot happening in the economy between the time the first one came out and this. >> you know, the greed is still there, even now, after having made it, they're bundling life insurance policies grim reaper style. it did get worse, less sex, drugs and rock 'n roll on the streets. >> i think all the characters have a little bit of good in them and then a good streak of evil in them as well. >> it's a bunch of sharks trying to eat each other alive. but if there is a good guy in this movie, it's jake. >> you know, i was their conduit to michael douglas. i was the introduction to superman. you rub my back and help me get some coin. so i have rea
. what i'm looking for is which ones are oliver norths. 1994, oliver north lost the unlosable election. i see oliver north. sharron angle, i see an oliver north. >> be careful. harry hasn't been able to shake her. weeks and weeks of getting whacked and whacked again. with the evidence of her fringeness and she is even with harry. >> to me that is almost a triumph for reed. not he is ahead by 15. he should be losing by 15 or 20. rand paul is ahead by seven points. he is probably going to win in kentucky. that is a race that ordinarily the republicans should win by 20. if rand paul -- >> let me ask you a question, before we get to the question of what they are going to be like in the senate, it is about who can get 50. after all is said and done and they shoot all they have, who has a better chance of winning the thing? is harry reid capable of getting up to 50 when people want to throw the bums out? is anybody running as a democrat capable of gets 50 in these times. >> right now that is the question. we have been living inside the republican bubble dominated, infested, whatever you want to
is good from 1987 in wall street? here we are 23 yea later, oliver stone out with "wall street, money never sleeps," how has it changed in 23 years? we will talk to mr. stone about that. >> fascinating. >>> up next, what do men really think? role models to monogamy t divorce, surprising results of a new "esquire" survey of 20 to 50-year-old men. we'll find all types of interesting things. >> i don't want to be there. >> and talking about a woman who followed her passion and now she makes minnows in urban environments. that's a pretty inspiring story. we'll be talking to jane about that. >>> in just a couple weeks from now, melissa and jeremy will get married right here on the plaza. we need your help to pick bridesmaid dresses. to vote for your favorite, go to facebook or today show.com. text 1 for effortless romance, 2 for modern twist, 3 for fun and 30, like meredith, and 4 for old hollywood like me. we'll have the winner next wednesday. >> okay. a check of the weather from stephanie abra. >>> we >>> good morning. we have quite a bit of cloudiness that will bring some showers there
. instructions for peroneal massage. lock hands. apply lubricant. extra virgin olive oil. hold the thumb in place for two minutes or until it becomes numb. slowly massage over the vagina. it's best done with a partner. instead, i take a back door approach and use my finger. i have a lot of stretching to do. week 41, 3:45 p.m. it feels like i have to pee and poo. she says long contractions indicate early labor. she says call in a few hours. >> dana comes over. she feeds her tea while i'm having contractions. i am in active labor. i am surprised you're so calm. i say, i'm surprised you're so calm. 11:30 p.m. dana drives to the birth center. i tell her right now i am not sad to do this. this is a solo expedition. i dark brown blob of slim e falls out. the mucous plug has to fall out. it's the mucous plug. i am in awe of dana. 1:30 a.m. i am naked. i modified downward dog. i think of the view everyone is getting. no one cares. 4:00 a.m., i am nine centimeters. i am pruned and exhausted. you are doing great dana says, i am not interested in being great. it's still nine centimeters. it's not time yet.
experience. i've got some coarse salt, extra virgin olive oil, a little bit of premium balsamic vinegar. so, all we're going to do to this salad is we're going to take our tomatoes and we're going to dress them with a little bit of this extra virgin olive oil and coarse salt and pepper. we're just going to kinda slide these guys around. and this is the easiest salad and so simple, so delicious. we're going to put a couple of these tomatoes on the plate... however you like... and some of this beautiful mozzarella. we'll put a couple more of these guys on there. and maybe a little bit more of this mozzarella and a couple of more tomatoes... and then another scoop of this mozzarella. and then i'm going to take this micro basil and we're going to give that a little bit of the extra virgin olive oil, a little bit of the coarse salt. we're going to toss it and we're going to put that puppy right on top and let it fall wherever you want. and then we're just going to top it with our vinegar... and there you have it. heirloom tomato, micro basil, burrata mozzarella, salad. so, once again, for "calif
is bringing back a controversial character and the timing couldn't be better. oliver stone joins me live to talk about his "wall street" sequel and more. >>> and tenure, the type job safety net that most teachers strive for. the idea of loosening it would be unthinkable until now. >>> the cnn election express is on the road counting down to election day. we've been getting an earful from angry voters. we're taking you to ohio this hour. >>> but first, the issue of defending religious freedom has come to the floor once again. we've been talking about it for weeks because of the proposed islamic center with a mosque in downtown manhattan. let me just remind you what this is all about. there is an islamic center that has been proposed on a site that is otherwise a commercial site. it's two blocks from ground zero. here's a map that i can show you a little bit more on. you can see ground zero is the square in the middle of the map. you can see the cultural center with the mosque in it is about two blocks away. you can't see one from the other. they're not in proximity in that fashion. there
gekko is back. remember, greed is good from wall street. here we are, 23 years later, oliver stone out with "money never sleeps." how has his take on the financial world changed in 23 years? we'll talk with mr. stone about that. >> also, what do men really think snfr that's such a cheap shot. >> role models, monogamy, a new esquire survey of 20 and 50-year-old men. >> illuminating. we'll get inside your mind. >> you don't want to be there. >> also we've got jane pauley here today. that's a treat. she'll be talking to a woman who followed her passion and now she makes meadows in urban environments. that's an inspiring story. >>> just a reminder, just a couple weeks from now, melissa and jeremy are going to get married right here on the plaza. we need your help to pick melissa's bridesmaid dresses. go to facebook.com/todayshow. text to 622639. text 1 for effortless romance, two for modern twist, three for fun and flirty, like meredith. and four for old hollywood like me. the winner next wednesday. >> okay. now let's get a check of the weather from stephanie abrams. >> we want to send goo
see. >> we got tomato marmalade with a pork chop. we have yellow tomato sore by a. >> olive oil there? >> a little bit of olive oil. i will make sure it's a little hotter. we will just saute' the trout in there. give some color to it. mean time i will start making the sauce with your help. >> i would love to help. we have roasted garlic here and roasted in the oven for eight or ten minutes in extra virgin olive oil. we will put it right here we will make this a little warmer. >> is there a tomato dessert at this festival? >> we have a yellow tomato sosha -- soreby -- sorbet. >> it's from the 13th 209 -- to the 19th. menu we created with tomatoes. >> we got our roasted garlic going. can i add sissellian. >> sicilian tomatoes. you want to add some. i have a mixture of basil, parsley, thyme. a lot of different stuff. >> a mix there. >> we will hit it with a little bit of white wine. >> that one is a little bit. >> not that much. >> just a drop of white wine. >> some lemon juice. >> more lemon juices in if you want to finish it with the butter, right over there. >> should i put all this i
can do turkey, chicken, beef, whichever you want and a little olives and bread crumb. >> olive is greek influence and also feta cheese. onion goes in. i grew up being in the south my mom always put everything in the burger, too. and cooked it in the burger. little scallion and little garlic and salt and pepper. and then we mixed that up and goes right in there. looking good. here. the people on the grill and mix it up well and make patties out of them. throw them on the grill. and you know what? i want to say we had a couple sponsors. wie got allen brother meats and will do one of our responders and blue moon, the beer, really good beer, will be down there as a sponsor and it will be fantastic. we will be doing all weekend. it will be a blast. >> so excited. >> we are. it's a big thing. you chefs from all over the country and tonight will be with the hamburger hop is the local chefs which makes it different for bon appetit we do a lot of different events all over country but this is different. really show casing a lot of local chicago chefs. there is talent in this city. >> yes
the pain we felt later. that active time two years ago is captured very effectively by oliver stone, a four-time academy award winner in his new movie, wall street never sleeps. oliver invited me to be with someone. i talked to oliver stone and here is why. >> i'm glad i put you with a guy that runs a hedge fund. he's got a point. he takes the hard line. he says let it go. let the banks go. >> obviously that discussion continues to this this day. should we have let the banks fail back then or did the government do the right thing by stepping in after the failure of lehman brothers of the here is the scene from the movie. >> potentially at a point where we might actually lose the financial system as we know it? >> if the government doesn't get involved there is a risk of a global meltdown of the global financial system. >> this is a financial crisis and anyone who doesn't admit that is just kidding themselves. >> i disagree. you've got to get the government to say no in a situation like this. true capitalism is about disaster and correct. it's the natural cycle. without it, all kinds of arti
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. the seven-day forecast as oliver the board. once the fund gets through, we will only see a high on saturday of 79 degrees. 75 for the baltimore ravens home opener. next, it gets chilly. only 69 by next wednesday. >> thank you. dr. kim hammond is here to answer your pet questions with lulu. >> look at that hail. -- tale. >> she is a sweetheart. let's get to questions -- i have a german shepherd chow mix. how often should i eat feed this dog? can over-feeding the a cause for payment? >> a pain medication for growing pains bugs me. i need you to find a veterinarian who fight -- who can figure out what that means. it is a problem, and should be diagnosed early on. if it involves the bones growing too fast, you should alter the diet. it is a complicated process. seating, the other discussion -- seating, the of the discussion, it is based on the dog food. it is based on the cocaine. use the guidelines on the back. >> -- it is based on the protein. use the guidelines on the back. >> that is an interesting gone -- an interesting the drug. and there seems to be a little puddle of iran when the dog g
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